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master key

A key that will operate a number of different locks, each of which is different.
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Statement comes at a time when the BJP is in a reconcilliary mode and is reaching out to the Opposition in a bid to take them onboard to pass key bills
It has 34 of the 69 seats and relies on Liberal Democrat, Green and Independent votes to pass key decisions.
Soon after, I joined with Senators Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., and Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., to pass key elements of the Women's Small Business Procurement Parity Act.
David Cameron remains Prime Minister, but of a Government which has hardly gained a ringing endorsement from the electorate and which, I suspect, will limp along fearful that it will not be able to pass key legislation without concessions to those within and without its ranks whose support it will need.
The second aircraft has joined the Falcon 8X flight test campaign as the ultra long range trijet continues to pass key development milestones.
New Delhi, Dec.11 ( ANI ): Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan on Wednesday urged political parties to pass key economic bills for the betterment of the country.
Accordingly, Sleiman called on the Parliament to pass key legislation, currently "stuck in drawers," that seeks to improve social policies.
Furthermore, the goevernment is a minority technocratic administration, which could hamper political stability and efforts to pass key reforms.- Bulgaria's net external debt ratio, which Fitch estimates at 28% of GDP in 2012, is markedly higher than the 'BBB' 10-year median of 5%.
A MIDLAND school has been reported to the Department for Education over claims it offered pupils up to PS200 to pass key GCSEs.
The premature end meant the government could not pass key legislation aimed at drawing much-needed foreign investment.
"Congress should act promptly to pass key reforms to the Violence Against Women Act that bolster indigenous tribes' ability to prosecute cases involving violence against indigenous women," emphasized the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples.
While Walter serves as chair, the commission will have two GOP voters and two Democratic voters, a split that could make it harder to pass key measures, Reuters notes.